The Indian Camp - Liang 2 Victor Liang Mr Perlman English 10H Period 4 9 June 2009 The Indian Camp by Ernest Hemingway 1 Nick and his father have a

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Liang 2 Victor Liang Mr. Perlman English 10H, Period 4 9 June, 2009 “The Indian Camp” by Ernest Hemingway 1. Nick and his father have a relationship in which Nick's father explains everything Nick witnesses, since Nick is still a maturing, young boy. Nick's father is his guiding mentor and teacher. When one Indian woman is in labor and after her husband killed herself, Nick's father informs Nick about what is going on. Nick's father also answer many of Nick's questions regarding suicide and birth. Because Nick is able to learn much from his father, he feels “quite sure that he would never die,” (21). 2. Hemingway's sentences are short and straightforward. For example, “More dogs rushed out at them,” (16). He usually doesn't combine multiple ideas into a sentence. Since his sentences are short and straightforward, they each describe one detail relating to sight or sound. “She screamed just as Nick and the two Indians followed his father and Uncle George into the shanty. She lay in the lower bank, very big under a quilt,” (16). He describes each
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